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ANTH-621 Health Geographies (3) Course Level: Graduate

Health Geographies (3) Surveys theory and ethnographic accounts of geographically-concentrated health disparity. Examines geographic patterns impacting health differences and inequities. Readings draw from human geography, political economy, ethnography, and human health. Subject matter reflects how space is constructed, transformed, inter-connected and experiences as a variable of health. Incorporates training in mappying methodologies. Crosslist: ANTH-421. Usually Offered: fall.